Again, based on recollections, what got me immediately interested was that I regarded C as a "portable assembler". It was one of the earliest implementations of "write-once-run-anywhere".
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[TUHS] History of popularity of C
Does anybody have any good resources on the history of the popularity of C? I'm looking for data to resolve a claim that C is so prolific and influential because it's so easy to write a C compiler.